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Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. xbonez New Member

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    No, no open port required. The client app you install sends your worklog files to my server every 5minutes. This way, you don't need an open port, neither do you need to grant access to your file system. You select the worklogs, and those files get sent to my server, from where they are read and processed to display on a webpage.

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    On second thoughts, sending the whole worklog is gross wastage of bandwidth. The app will read the worklog to get the percentage complete and TPF and possibly some more things (project etc.) and send just that. Using TPF and percentage completed, i can calculate ETA.
     
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    Keep us posted...
     
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    Can someone add a worklog to a post here as an attachment? I'm working on it at work, so I don't have a Worklog. I need to work on parsing the log.
     
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    Flying out in the morning, see ya in a few weeks:toast:
     
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    Guess what I got.:D
     

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    I'm not guessing:rolleyes:

    But I see that you have a P6900 -bigadv WU:D
     
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    And I'm gonna guess the you are running a GTX275 along with it? :D
     
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    It is a GTX 275 that I had laying around.:laugh: I coundn't find my pass key, and had F@H send it to me. Do they send you a new one or the old one?:confused:
     
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    Arrrg, one step forward, and 2 steps back! Got my 2nd 260 up and running in my folding box, so around 17k ppd 24/7 from that now, but.... one of my 3 drives in my raid array failed today on my main box. So now I'm frantically reinstalling my main box. Just got back online with it. Oh well, should be able to pull around 30-35k ppd soon. Can't wait to get my 2nd folding box up, should be stupid ppd then!
    Edit: I'm going to break 20k today for the first time ever!! In spite of my raid problems... kewl!
     
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    Same e-mail, same pass key.
     
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    Here's another pic. Set the multiplier to 40, default/auto for the rest.
     

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    Here's my folding farm first stats:
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    And yes, 2 of those cards are gtx285s, not 260s....
     
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    Looking good John.

    I'm too lazy to make screen dumps from my rigs, but in a couple of hours it would say 62 K, 62 K, 11.5 k and 5.5 k PPD. Got my new chip (W3670) and it runs at 50 C / 4.1 GHz with three fans in a quad radiator. It is currently doing some WCG for stability testing. I'm pretty pleased so far :D
     
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    That I cannot believe. No, really, I won't believe that. The 560 can't be better than all of the other Fermi cards and more than twice as good as the 460.
     
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    That's why I said impressive...only one sure way to find out...any takes? Electricity is to danm expensive in my part of the world.

    Adding a pump and two more fans on my UD5/"i970" compo is a 12 watt plus to my UD7/similar in its around 5-10 C enviroment. 272/284 W for +60 k PPD. A pair off 560's, even with this fantastic performance will not compete.
     
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    I too don't see how this can be possible, but at the same time my slightly OC'd Phenom 2 550 (non BE) was doing 14k PPD for a short while on 82 point WU's. So perhaps this is a glitch on the part of the WU's ?
     
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    The guy wanted to provide new data and even with Last Three Frames settings (not known if that is the case) it is very positive, but not in line with other sources. Anyone with $0.10/kwh want to give it a try?
     
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    The X58 is still a powerful folder, but if I had to start from scratch would go the 1155 way despite the lack off 16x options. Yes I know that at least one MB offers 4xSLI but that is in the X58-UD9 price range.
     
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    X16 doesn't matter for folding. I got the 1155 Asrock board and it has 3 Pci-E slots that are spaced apart just right to fit fermi cards in them. Hopefully I will have it all together by the weekend. This bad weather has delayed parts getting to me, all I need now is the board to put it all together and start folding. CPU, and two GPU's will be watercooled. The other card a Gigabyte 450 will be cooled with the stock cooler 2 fans and a heatpipe sink. I will have pics and numbers once I get it done and started folding with it..:D
     
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    Which board did you get? I got the P67 Extreme 4.
     
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    I got the ASRock P67 Professional LGA1155

    Fatal1ty P67 Professional sckt 1155
    here are the specs on it: http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=Fatal1ty P67 Professional

    It has the combo cooler option I can use a sckt 775, 1156, and a 1155 cooler on this board.
    The Extreme4 and the board I got have about the same options
     
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    Damn TexBill, Thats one sexy board!

    Surely those 560Ti scores cant be right?!
     
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